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Illinois

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 BAKER, F.C. 1898. The Mollusca of the Chicago area, Part I: The Pelecypoda. Bulletin of the Chicago Academy of Sciences 3(1):1-130 + 27 plates.

------ 1906. A catalogue of the Mollusca of Illinois. Bulletin of the Illinois State Laboratory of Natural History 7(6):53-136 + 1 map.

------ 1922. The molluscan fauna of the Big Vermilion River, Illinois. With special reference to its modification as the result of pollution by sewage and manufacturing wastes. Illinois Biological Monographs 7(2):105-224 + 15 plates.

------ 1926. The naiad fauna of the Rock River system: A study of the law of stream distribution. Transactions of the Illinois State Academy of Science 19:103-112.

CUMMINGS, K.S. 1991. The Aquatic Mollusca of Illinois. Pages 429-439 in L.M. Page and M.R. Jeffords, eds. Our Living Heritage: The Biological Resources of Illinois. Illinois Natural History Survey Bulletin 34(4):357-477.

PARMALEE, P.W. 1967. The fresh-water mussels of Illinois. Illinois State Museum Popular Science Series 8. 108 pp.

SCHANZLE, R.W., and K.S. CUMMINGS. 1991. A survey of the freshwater mussels (Bivalvia: Unionidae) of the Sangamon River basin, Illinois. Illinois Natural History Survey Biological Notes 137. 25 pp.

STARRETT, W.C. 1971. A survey of the mussels (Unionacea) of the Illinois River: a polluted stream. Illinois Natural History Survey Bulletin 30(5):267-403.

STRODE, W.S. 1892. The Unionidae of Spoon River, Fulton County, Illinois. American Naturalist 26:495-501.

SULOWAY, L. 1981. The unionid (Mollusca: Bivalvia) fauna of the Kan- kakee River in Illinois. American Midland Naturalist 105(2):233-239.

SULOWAY, L., J.J. SULOWAY, and E.E. HERRICKS. 1981. Changes in the freshwater mussel (Mollusca: Pelecypoda: Unionidae) fauna of the Kaskaskia River, Illinois, with emphasis on the effects of impoundment. Transactions of the Illinois State Academy of Science 74(1/2):79-90.

WILSON, C.B., and H.W. CLARK. 1912. The mussel fauna of the Kankakee basin. Report and Special Papers of the U.S. Fish Commission, 1911. 52 pp. + 1 map. [Issued separately as U.S. Bureau of Fisheries Document 758].

Indiana

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 CALL, R.E. 1900. A descriptive illustrated catalogue of the Mollusca of Indiana. 24th Annual Report of the Indiana Department of Geology and Natural Resources, 1899. 200 pp. + 78 plates.

CUMMINGS, K.S., and J.M.K. BERLOCHER. 1990. The naiades or freshwater mussels (Bivalvia: Unionidae) of the Tippecanoe River, Indiana. Malacological Review 23(1-2):83-98.

DANIELS, L.E. 1903. A check list of Indiana Mollusca, with localities. 26th Annual Report of the Indiana Geological Survey, 1902. 23 pp.

GOODRICH, C., and H. VAN DER SCHALIE. 1944. A revision of the Mollusca of Indiana. American Midland Naturalist 32(2):257-326.

HARMON, J.L. 1989. Freshwater bivalve mollusks (Bivalvia: Unionidae) of Graham Creek, a small southeastern Indiana stream. Malacology Data Net 2(5-6):113-121.

------ 1992. Naiades (Bivalvia: Unionidae) of Sugar Creek, East Fork White River Drainage, in central Indiana. Malacology Data Net 3(1-4): 31-42.

KRUMHOLZ, L.A., R.L. BINGHAM, and E.R. MEYER. 1970. A survey of the commercially valuable mussels of the Wabash and White Rivers of Indiana. Proceedings of the Indiana Academy of Science 79:205-226.

MEYER, E.R. 1974. Unionid mussels of the Wabash, White, and East Fork White Rivers, Indiana. Virginia Journal of Science 25(1):20-25.

TAYLOR, R.W. 1982. The freshwater mussels (naiads) of Big Indian Creek, a small southern Indiana tributary of the Ohio River (Bivalvia: Unionidae). Nautilus 96(2):66-68.

WEILBAKER, C., C.D. BAKER, B.J. FORSYTH, C.M. CHRISTENSON, and R.W. TAYLOR. 1985. The freshwater naiads, Bivalvia: Unionidae, of the Blue River, a Southern Indiana tributary of the Ohio River. Proceedings of the Indiana Academy of Science 94:687-691.

Iowa

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 KEYES, C.R. 1888. An annotated catalogue of the Mollusca of Iowa. Bulletin of the Essex Institute 20(4-6):61-83.

SHIMEK, B. 1888. The Mollusca of eastern Iowa. Iowa University Natural History Bulletin 1:56-81.

------ 1935. The effect of pollution on mollusks in Iowa. Nautilus 48(4):109-111.

WITTER, F.M. 1878. List of the shells of Iowa. Quarterly Journal of Conchology 1878:385-394.

Michigan

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 BOSS, K.J. 1964. Unionidae of Red Cedar River, Michigan. Nautilus 77(4):117-118.

BURCH, J.B., and C.M. PATERSON. 1976. Key to the genera of freshwater pelecypods (mussels and clams) of Michigan. Museum of Zoology, University of Michigan Circular 4. 35 pp.

DE CAMP, W.H. 1881. List of shell-bearing Mollusca of Michigan. Kent Scientific Institute, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 13 pp. + 1 plate.

GOODRICH, C. 1932. The Mollusca of Michigan. Michigan Handbook Series No. 5. University of Michigan Press, Ann Arbor, Michigan. 120 pp. + 7 plates.

GOODRICH, C., and H. VAN DER SCHALIE. 1932. I. On an increase in the naiad fauna of Saginaw Bay, Michigan. II. The naiad species of the Great Lakes. Occasional Papers of the Museum of Zoology, University of Michigan No. 238. 14 pp.

------ 1939. Aquatic mollusks of the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. Miscellaneous Publications 43, Museum of Zoology, University of Michigan. 45 pp.

HOEH, W.R., and R.J. TRDAN. 1984. The freshwater mussels (Pelecypoda: Unionidae) of the Upper Tittabawassee River drainage, Michigan. Malacological Review 17(1-2):97-98.

------ 1985. Freshwater mussels (Pelecypoda: Unionidae) of the major tributaries of the St. Clair River, Michigan. Malacological Review 18(1/2):115-116.

STRAYER, D.L. 1979. Some recent collections of mussels from Southeastern Michigan. Malacological Review 12(1-2):93-95.

------ 1980. The freshwater mussels (Bivalvia: Unionidae) of the Clinton River, Michigan, with comments on man's impact on the fauna, 1870-1978. Nautilus 94(4):142-149.

VAN DER SCHALIE, H. 1936. The naiad fauna of the St. Joseph River drainage in Southwestern Michigan. American Midland Naturalist 17(2):523-527.

------ 1938. The naiad fauna of the Huron River, in southeastern Michigan. Miscellaneous Publications 40, Museum of Zoology, University of Michigan. 83 pp.

------ 1948. The commercially valuable mussels of the Grand River in Michigan. Miscellaneous Publication 4, Michigan Department of Conservation. 42 pp.

WALKER, B. 1879. Catalogue of the shell-bearing Mollusca of Michigan. Journal of Conchology 1879:325-337.

------ 1892. The shell bearing Mollusca of Michigan. Nautilus 6(2): 13-19, 6(3):31-35, 6(4):42-47, 6(6):63-67.

------ 1893. The shell bearing Mollusca of Michigan (cont.). Nautilus 6:135-141.

------ (1894-1895). A review of our present knowledge of the molluscan fauna of Michigan. Thomas Smith Press, Detroit, Michigan. 27 pp. [Reprinted in Sterkiana (1965)17:10-25.]

------ 1898. The distribution of the Unionidae in Michigan. Privately published by Bryant Walker, Detroit, Michigan. 23 pp.

WINSLOW, M.L. 1917. An annotated list of shells from northern Michigan. Occasional Papers of the Museum of Zoology, University of Michigan No. 42. 16 pp.

------ 1926. A revised check list of Michigan Mollusca. Occasional Papers of the Museum of Zoology, University of Michigan No. 181. 28 pp.

Minnesota

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 CVANCARA, A.M. 1970. Mussels (Unionidae) of the Red River valley in North Dakota and Minnesota, U.S.A. Malacologia 10(1):57-92.

DAWLEY, C. 1947. Distribution of aquatic mollusks in Minnesota. American Midland Naturalist 38:671-697.

GRANT, U.S. 1888. Notes on the molluscan fauna of Minnesota. Geology and Natural History Survey of Minnesota 16:481-484.

WILSON, C.B., and E. DANGLADE. 1914. The mussel fauna of central and northern Minnesota. Report of the U.S. Commissioner of Fisheries for 1913. Appendix 5:1-6. [Issued separately as U.S. Bureau of Fisheries Document 803].

Missouri

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 BUCHANAN, A.C. 1980. Mussels (Naiades) of the Meramec River Basin, Missouri. Aquatic Series 17, Missouri Department of Conservation. 68 pp.

OESCH, R.D. 1984. Missouri naiades. A guide to the mussels of Missouri. Missouri Department of Conservation. Jefferson City, Missouri. vii + 270 pp.

UTTERBACK, W.I. 1915. The naiades of Missouri. American Midland Naturalist 4:41-53, 69-152, 189-204, 244-273.

------ 1916. The naiades of Missouri. American Midland Naturalist 4:311-327, 339-354, 387-400, 432-464.

UTTERBACK, W.I., and E.M. CAMPBELL. 1914. Mussel resources in Missouri. Department of Commerce, Bureau of Fisheries Circular 10. 6 pp.

WARREN, R.E. 1991. Ozarkian fresh-water mussels (Unionoidea) in the upper Eleven Point River, Missouri. American Malacological Bulletin 8(2):131-137.

Ohio

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 ANTHONY, J.G. 1844. Collection of the terrestrial and fluviatile shells of Ohio. Proceedings of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia 2(1):6-7.

CLARK, C.F. 1977. The freshwater naiades of Ohio. Part I: St. Joseph River of the Maumee. Sterkiana 65-66:14-36.

------ 1987. The freshwater naiads of Ohio, Part V, Wabash River drainage of Ohio. Malacology Data Net 2(1-2):19-37.

CLARK, H.W., and C.B. WILSON. 1912. The mussel fauna of the Maumee River. Report and Special Papers of the U.S. Fish Commission, 1911. 72 pp. [Issued separately as U.S. Bureau of Fisheries Document 757].

DEAN, G.W. 1890. Distribution of Unionidae in the three rivers, Mahoning, Cuyahoga and Tuscarawas. Nautilus 4(2):20-21.

HOGGARTH, M.A. 1990. The Unionidae of the Chagrin River: The remnant of a molluscan fauna. Ohio Journal of Science 90(5):168-170.

LEWIS, J. 1877. Unionidae of Ohio and Alabama. Proceedings of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia 29:26-36.

STERKI, V. 1907. A preliminary catalogue of the land and fresh-water Mollusca of Ohio. Proceedings of the Ohio State Academy of Science 4(8):367-402.

WATTERS, G.T. 1992. Distribution of the Unionidae in South Central Ohio. Malacology Data Net 3(1-4):56-90.

Wisconsin

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 BAKER, F.C. 1928. The fresh water Mollusca of Wisconsin. Part II. Pelecypoda. Bulletin of the Wisconsin Geological and Natural History Survey, vol. 70, No. 2. University of Wisconsin. vi + 495 pp.

CHADWICK, G.H. 1905. List of Wisconsin shells. Nautilus 19(5):57-60.

------ 1906. List of Wisconsin shells (cont.). Nautilus 20(2):22-24.

FLOWERS, W. 1975. Notes on the current status of Wisconsin Unionidae. Sterkiana 57:40-42.

LAPHAM, I.A. 1852. Catalogue of the Mollusca of Wisconsin. Transactions of the Wisconsin State Agricultural Society 2:367-370.

------ 1860. List of the shells of Wisconsin. Proceedings of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia 12:154-156.

MATHIAK, H.A. 1979. A river survey of the unionid mussels of Wisconsin 1973-1977. Sand Shell Press, Horicon, Wisconsin. 75 pp.

MORRISON, J.P.E. 1932. A report on the Mollusca of the northeastern Wisconsin lake district. Transactions of the Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts and Letters 27:359-396.

ROY, E.C. JR. 1963. Checklist of Pleistocene and living Mollusca of Wisconsin. Sterkiana 10:5-21.

STERN, E.M. 1990. An illustrated key to the freshwater mussels (Bivalvia: Unionidae) of Wisconsin. Reports of the Museum of Natural History No. 20. University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point. 75 pp.

Mississippi River

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 SCARPINO, P.V. 1985. Great River. An environmental history of the Upper Mississippi, 1890-1950. University of Missouri Press, Columbia, Missouri. viii + 219 pp.

VAN DER SCHALIE, H., and A. VAN DER SCHALIE. 1950. The mussels of the Mississippi River. American Midland Naturalist 44(2):448-466.

Ohio River

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 RAFINESQUE, C.S. 1820. Monographie des coquilles bivalves fluviatiles de la Rivière Ohio, contenant douze genres et soixante-huit espèces. Annales Générales des Sciences Physiques, Bruxelles 5(13):287-322 + 2 plates.

TAYLOR, R.W. 1989. Changes in freshwater mussel populations of the Ohio River: 1,000 BP to recent times. Ohio Journal of Science 89(5):188-191.

WILLIAMS, J.C., and G.A. SCHUSTER. 1989. Freshwater mussel investigations of the Ohio River, mile 317.0 to mile 981.0. Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources, Division of Fisheries, Frankfort, Kentucky. 57 pp.

Use of Mussels by Native Americans

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 BAKER, F.C. 1930. The use of animal life by the mound-building Indians of Illinois. Transactions of the Illinois State Academy of Science 22:41-59 + 6 plates.

MATTESON, M.R. 1953. Fresh-water mussels used by Illinoisan Indians of the Hopewell culture. Nautilus 66(4):130-138, 67(1):25-26.

------ 1958. Analysis of an environment as suggested by shells of fresh-water mussels discarded by Indians of Illinois. Transactions of the Illinois State Academy of Science 51(3-4):8-13.

------ 1959. An analysis of the shells of fresh-water mussels gathered by Indians in southwestern Illinois. Transactions of the Illinois State Academy of Science 52(1-2):52-58.

MURRAY, H.D. 1981. Unionids from Indian sites in McMullen and Live Oak Counties, Texas. Bulletin of the American Malacological Union 1981:10-11.

ORTMANN, A.E. 1909. Unionidae from an Indian garbage heap. Nautilus 23(1):11-15.

PARMALEE, P.W., A.A. PALOUMPIS, and N. WILSON. 1972. Animals utilized by woodland peoples occupying the Apple Creek site, Illinois. Illinois State Museum Reports of Investigations 23. 62 pp.

PARMALEE, P.W., and A.E. BOGAN. 1986. Molluscan remains from aboriginal middens at the Clinch River breeder reactor plant site, Roane County, Tennessee. American Malacological Bulletin 4(1):25-37.

PARMALEE, P.W., and W.E. KLIPPEL. 1986. A prehistoric aboriginal freshwater mussel assemblage from the Duck River in Middle Tennessee. Nautilus 100(4):134-140.

PARMALEE, P.W., W.E. KLIPPEL, and A.E. BOGAN. 1982. Aboriginal and modern freshwater mussel assemblages (Pelecypoda: Unionidae) from the Chickamauga Reservoir, Tennessee. Brimleyana 8:75-90.

STANSBERY, D.H. 1966. Utilization of naiads by prehistoric man in the Ohio Valley. American Malacological Union Incorporated Annual Reports 32:41-43.

TAYLOR, R.W. 1982. Mollusk shells associated with evidence of habitation by prehistoric Native Americans in a Hardin County, Kentucky cave. Transactions of the Kentucky Academy of Science 43(3-4):155-157.

TAYLOR, R.W., and B.D. SPURLOCK. 1982. The changing Ohio River naiad fauna: A comparison of early Indian middens with today. Nautilus 96(2):49-51.

THELER, J.L. 1991. Aboriginal utilization of freshwater mussels at the Azatlan site, Wisconsin. Pages 315-332 in J.R. Purdue, W.E. Klippel, and B.W. Styles, eds. Beamers, bobwhites, and blue-points. Tributes to the career of Paul W. Parmalee. Illinois State Museum Scientific Papers No. 23 and the University of Tennessee Department of Anthropology Report of Investigations No. 52. ix + 436 pp.

 


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